Accepting Payments In Square With 123FormBuilder

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Great news! You can now receive payments in your Square account through the online order forms that you create with 123FormBuilder. It’s easy to use and your customers may pay you by swiping their cards through the Square Reader. Payment processing is done fast and everyone is happy!

If you’re a loyal Square customer and addicted to building payment forms on 123FormBuilder, don’t miss the chance to enable the Square integration and start processing transactions right away. Here are the steps on doing so:

    1. Go to SettingsPayments.

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    1. Click the Payment Processors tab.
    2. Press the Payment gateway drop down.
    3. Select Square.

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    1. Hit Add payment gateway.

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    1. Click the Connect to Square button on the payment gateway box.

creating order forms with square payments integration

    1. Add the credentials of your Square account.

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  1. Select the location of the payment.
  2. Enable.
  3. Save settings.

The connection between the two services is done via OAuth and payments are processed on Square’s side. After your customers have submitted your order form, they will be redirected on a checkout page from Square to complete payments in a secure environment.

123contactForm provides quality features for online payment transactions such as an intuitive and easy form editor where you can create your payment form, advanced pricing calculations, markups, discounts, coupon codes, payment notifications and live payment summaries. Don’t miss out on a great deal for your business by using both 123FormBuilder and Square in online payment processing.

5 comments

  1. I require a shipping address in 123 form builder. Square checkout is also requiring a shipping address. How do I eliminate the shipping address in the square checkout?

  2. If setting up a clients form with Square as the payment processor, do I need their Square password and email? With Paypal, I believe all that I need is the email connecting their account?

    I’ve only set the payment processors up for myself and wondering if others building forms, that accept payments online, have had clients reluctant to give out passwords and emails?

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